Corey Sullivan is an artist, teacher, and producer working internationally in theater and film. He holds degrees from Bard College, Moscow Art Theater, and Harvard University, where he was also a Teaching Fellow. As Research Associate at New York University Abu Dhabi, he taught and trained in theatrical forms all over the Middle East and South East Asia, including the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, India, Nepal, Thailand, Indonesia, and Japan. He has also been an invited guest lecturer at Bard College, Southern Methodist University, the United States Embassy in Egypt, the Indian Embassy in the UAE, and several international theater festivals. He is currently Adjunct Professor at New York University Tisch School of the Arts in the Undergraduate Theatre Studies Department and Graduate Film Program.
Since 2001 he has been an Associate Artist of Theater Mitu, with whom he has been a resident artist at the Sundance Institute, New York Theater Workshop, and the Watermill Center. He has performed at the Public Theater, New York Shakespeare Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Vineyard Theater, New Victory Theater, American Repertory Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, Powerhouse Theater, Los Angeles Theatre Center, and the Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans. His international credits include the Moscow Art Theater and the Chekhov Estate in Russia, the Kontakt Theater Festival in Poland, the Cairo International Festival of Contemporary and Experimental Theater in Egypt, and Teatro Duoc UC in Santiago, Chile.
MFA - Harvard University; Moscow Art Theatre
BA - Bard College